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RE: compilation problem under windows 2000, using metrowerks mwcc Ver sion 2.4.5 build 199 ()


I figured out the reason:

I compiled using the -gccincludes option.

withing the gcc includes, there is a mode_t type already defined...

So for the best, the variable name could be renamed to something unique to
the pthreads_win32...

Stan.

-----Original Message-----
From: Pinte_Stanislas@emc.com [mailto:Pinte_Stanislas@emc.com]
Sent: woensdag 26 juni 2002 14:44
To: pthreads-win32@sources.redhat.com
Subject: compilation problem under windows 2000, using metrowerks mwcc
Ver sion 2.4.5 build 199 ()


hello,

I am compiling a cpp file which is #include ing the semaphore.h header, and 

it gives me:

    [apply] ..\..\PTHREADS\Pre-built\include\semaphore.h:93: declaration
syntax error
    [apply] ..\..\PTHREADS\Pre-built\include\semaphore.h:94: declaration
syntax error 

errors.

There are two quick fixes for that stuff:

the first one is to replace 

#ifdef HAVE_MODE_T 
typedef unsigned int mode_t; 
#endif


by 

#ifdef WIN32 
typedef unsigned int mode_t; 
#endif

the second one is to 

#define HAVE_MODE_T in the files #include'ing semaphore.h

any ideas why this happens?

thanks,

Stan.

Stanislas Pinte - Associate Software Engineer.

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